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Hi David,
 
The batteries are fine, you have a problem with the logic board of your iPhone itself.
 
The "U2 IC" is malfunctioning, causing the iPhone not to be able to charge the battery once it is completely dischargedischarged.
The "U2 IC" is malfunctioning, causing the iPhone not to be able to charge the battery once it is completely dischargedischarged.
 
There is no easy or cheap fix for this malfunction. You need to find a specialized repair technician able to replace this USB IC.

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Origineel bericht door: Rany ,

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Hi David,

The batteries are fine, you have a problem with the logic board of your iPhone itself.

The "U2 IC" is malfunctioning, causing the iPhone not to be able to charge the battery once it is completely discharge.

There is no easy or cheap fix for this malfunction. You need to find a specialized repair technician able to replace this USB IC.

Status:

open